With a contrast of mild,
pleasant weather and a scenic backdrop of snow-capped mountains, Montenegro in
the winter is a
truedelight to be waiting to be ventured.
Surrounded by icy glacial
lakes and pearly white pastures, the Luštica
peninsula is home to some of the most stunning peaks in Montenegro’s black
mountains at this time of year. A winter’s tour through Montenegro’s torrential
mountains consists of carving your own tracks on snowshoes or ski’s, or for
first-timers seeking views of the sea, you’ll never have to look far to see
crisp waters, as it’s always over the next peak.
with river valleys and mountain villages, a must-visit is the nearby Lovćen
National Park, where meandering pistes paves the way to its two peaks;Štirovnik
and Jezerskivrh. Alternatively, absorb the
changing moods of the Adriatic along the chillyTrašte and Kotor bays.
Whether you’ve spent the
day snowshoeing, skiing, or sliding down the mountainous Lovćen peaks, reward yourself to a glass of
mulled wine, brandy, or the ultimate local après ski aperitif, Rakija, to warm up the coldest of days.
mountains, serene beauty and acres of untouched landscapes are what define
Montenegro as a hidden winter destination on the Adriatic. Prepare to be
captured by the varying sub-zero temperatures, welcoming cultural and
challenging downhill pursuits.